1. How can you tell if a noun is masculine or feminine in Spanish?
2. List one masculine and one feminine Spanish noun.
3. List one greeting and one farewell in Spanish.
4. Explain when you would use ellos instead of ellas
MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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@thadyoung Can you please help?
@Jess998776 Can you help me?
1. The endings.
"el agua" That's masculine, even though "agua" ends with an "a"
"el pajaro" That's masculine, as well. Look at the "el" and the ending of an "o"
2. You tell me this one.
3. How would you say "Hi" and "Goodbye" in Spanish?
4. "Ellos" and "Ellas" is used when there is more than one person. Basically, a group of people that does not include you. They are the plural form of "El" and "Ella."